Alison Tyler pr0n hotness inspires this quick compilation of MSM links worth reviewing today . . .
Kansas City Is A Dump
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - We're back with a special edition of the Northeast Newscast. This week, Northeast News Managing Editor goes out into the field for a ride-along with KCMO Illegal Dumping Investigator Alan Ashurst. Ashurst has a fascinating job, serving as one of two illegal dumping investigators currently working in the Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department.
Sleaze Summit Victory
LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - Lee's Summit may be on the fringe of winning another national award for its thriving downtown, which would be its second since 2010. However, this prize would also give the city $25,000. The competition is being organized through Independent We Stand, a national organization that supports the revitalization and continuing support of 'Main Streets' throughout the United States.
A Jackson County deputy was involved in an officer-involved shooting in Independence, according to police. Police in Independence are learning more about the moments before a gun went off in Little Blue Trace Park about 9 a.m. Thursday. Deputies from Jackson County are on extra patrol because of a rash of recent break-ins.
Show-Me Not-So-Special Session
JEFFERSON CITY * Less than a week after Missouri lawmakers left town after a tumultuous finish to their annual legislative session, Gov. Eric Greitens is ordering them back to take care of unfinished business. Using his power to call a special session, the Republican newcomer wants the House and the Senate to act on legislation supporters believe could generate 500 jobs in Missouri's Bootheel region.
Lady & Youngster Run From Gunfire And Don't Look Back
The suspect was taken to the hospital with a bullet-wound to the leg
Thursday Tribute Recap
Outside police headquarters in downtown Kansas City on Thursday, 119 American flags lined the flower bed out front. Each flag represented one Kansas City police officer killed in the line of duty - the first in 1881 and the last in 2001. Kansas City police honored the officers at its annual memorial service on Locust Street.
Kansas City Nomenclature
Why is the Paseo Boulevard named after a street in Mexico? And how did this road help shape our city? We explore the history of what some people consider KC's first boulevard, and we find out what's in store for the future of this picturesque roadway. Guests:
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .